My Drunken Irish Dad
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From the episode: Peter's Two Dads
Singers: Peter Griffin and Mickey McFinnigan
Voices: Seth MacFarlane

"My Drunken Irish Dad" is a song sung by Peter Griffin and Mickey McFinnigan after Peter beat Mickey in a drinking contest to prove that he was Mickey's son in "Peter's Two Dads". The song was nominated for a 2007 Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics, but lost to "Dick in a Box" from Saturday Night Live.



Peter: But there is one thing, Mickey, you knocked up my Mom and never called her again.

Mickey: Yeah, so what?

Peter: So what!? So let's dance!

Oh, he doesn't smell like Irish Spring,

And he never taught me anything,

But still I slap my chest and sing...

Of My Drunken Irish Dad.

Oh, his face looks like a railroad map,

And he never shuts his freakin' trap...

Mickey: But all the ladies catch the clap

From your Drunken Irish Dad.

Peter: Ask a Hennessey, Tennessey, Morrison, Shaughnessy, Riordan, and Rooney...

They'll tell you the same

McNulty, Mulrooney, and Cotter and Clooney

All feel the same mixture of pride and of shame.

Mickey: Finnegan, Hannigan, Kelly, and Flanagan.

Look to the ground when their dad passes by

Cafferty, Rafferty, Joyce and O'Lafferty, fight for his honor and then start to cry!

(Dance sequence)

Both: Oh, we Irish lads are all infirm,

And our moods infect us like a germ

'Cause we're all the spawn of a pickled sperm...

Mickey: And we don't tan well either.

All: ...From a Drunken Irish Dad!!

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